As mentioned, the finance is always tough as there is not really an end to it until you get employed. Unless money is not an issue for you of course.
What you find hard is a personal thing. Everyone is different. However, if you are hungry for success then you'll be fine. You don't need to be a rocket scientist but you do have to be 100% committed.
The job market is becoming dire now for newbies so it is most unlikely that you will have an easy time NOW getting a job. Wait a couple of years, or spread your training over a good period (while earning money doing something else) and maybe things will improve.
If you don't have any flying licence yet then do a class 1 medical before you do anything else.
If you have a PPL then keep current and always try and fly accurately. Look at the IR limitations and you'll see the standard required. Why not try and fly to those accuracies ? It's only practice. When you land, choose where you will land and then ensure you do it. Notice the airline boys all land pretty much on the same spot. Practice again.
Don't spend the money yet if you don't need to. Keep your eyes and ears open. Good luck with whatever you choose.